A daily news show from the publisher of The Monthly and The Saturday Paper. Hear from the country’s best reporters, covering the news as it affects Australia. This is news with narrative, every weekday.
Second Opinion is a fortnightly film discussion podcast hosted by Danny Jones and Scott Morrison. In each episode, we choose a strange or interesting film that catches our eyes, and sit down to watch and discuss it! Along the way we have some laughs, some tears, and a regular ole romp!
In the Australian Politics Live podcast, Katharine Murphy and Guardian Australia's political team examine what’s happening in Australian politics and why it matters to you
Making sense of Australia’s place in the world, Between the Lines puts contemporary international issues and events into a broader historical context, seeking out original perspectives and challenging accepted wisdoms.
`Clancy Overell and Errol Parker, editors of the explicitly raw but iconic Outback Australian newspaper known as The Betoota Advocate report fiercely - without fear or favour.
A continuous conversation about climate change - news, views and interviews.
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The Multiply Your Business Podcast is about real steps to improving your business. Scott Morrison brings on world class guests who teach you how to generate more leads, close more sales and make more money. Scott’s motivated by a desire to help people get connected to the situations and opportunities that will help them win in business and life. You’ll hear regular Interviews which give you strategy, advice and inspiration for building your business. Topics like marketing, brand building, sa ...
The Podcast to make you laugh and think. Join Emma Stroud and her clown Barbara interviewing experts from all walks of life. They will share their stories, wisdom and wit. This is personal development that will make you laugh and think.
The game of basketball has become a global game. From legends such as Hakeem Olajuwon and Dirk Nowitzki, to today’s superstars like Giannis and Luka Doncic, there’s no shortage of international talent in the NBA. Each week, Fran Fraschilla will be profiling and talking with the players, coaches, and executives who have led the way in growing the game of basketball around the world.
Brian Morrison talks all things running, retail, and Pearl Jam.
Car Care for Everyone
We talk about stories.
Car Advice for everyone
The Guardian has been producing award winning podcasts for over 8 years. Now you can find our best audio here on SoundCloud. Enjoy!
“Brando was hands down my favorite interviewer.” - Roberta Freeman, Use Your Illusion vocalist. “I always enjoy connecting to those who avoid the obvious pedestrian cliche rockisms and who will converse with intelligence...kudos. That makes for a worthwhile broadcast.“ - Alan Niven, former GNR manager. ------- Appetite for Distortion is a Guns N' Roses-themed podcast hosted by a radio veteran. Any topic is up for discussion as long as it falls under the 6-Degrees of GNR (Kevin) Bacon... Chec ...
Featured interviews and the official podcast of Lakehead University Athletics - airs live every Thursday - 11am ET- luradio.ca 102.7FM in Thunder Bay.
Conversations with teachers, composers, and performers of music for winds and percussion.
Outspoken Daily Telegraph columnist Miranda Devine shares the mic with some of Australia's most notable people from industry leaders to the leader of the country.
Discussing all things Arizona United Soccer Club with players and coaches
Welcome to the Carlos Daniel Delgado Vázquez podcast, where amazing things happen.
The Lucky Country is an insider’s outside view of Australia’s most important political and economic debates. Hosted by The Australia Institute’s Chief Economist Richard Denniss, The Lucky Country is a weekly podcast from Schwartz Media which applies common sense to complex issues.
Alan Kohler, Robert Gottliebsen and Stephen Bartholomeusz are three of Australia's premier business commentators, and together they form the KGB. In this podcast series they interview the nation's biggest corporate names and brightest economic minds, including Qantas chief Alan Joyce, GE vice-chairman John Rice, Grattan Institute CEO John Daley and Telstra's Andrew Penn.
For years Christopher Pyne was on the receiving end of a barrage of questions from the media and politicians but still managed to keep it together and had a successful career in politics. Now he is out of the game and risking it all to step out of his comfort zone and embrace a new world of media to turn the tables and go from the interviewee to the interviewer (…sort of). Hear the stories from guests that you’ve never heard before, as they succumb to what people describe as “the Pyne Effect”
A series of insightful and informative podcasts to celebrate 20 years of The Glencairn Glass – the world’s favourite whisky glass. Episodes with Glencairn Crystal Founder, Raymond Davidson, and guest appearances by some of the whisky industry’s most renowned and respected names – some of whom were involved in the early development of The Glencairn Glass.
Social media has inundated our every day and it's really easy to get lost in other's incredible experiences, but there is always a real story of how they got there. What is the nitty-gritty behind the pretty picture or edited caption in the pictures of their real life? What is the real story? Talk to Me! Humans are encouraged and uplifted by hearing and seeing the real, influential stories. This brings a sense of realism to our very edited and manicured social media lives. There is also an o ...
Phi Fic is our monthly conversation on recommended fiction. We dive into the plot, characters, philosophy, ideas, and best lines, in a discussion full of SPOILERS! Nathan Hanks hosts fellow readers Cezary Baraniecki, Daniel St. Pierre, Laura Davis and Mary Claire, with the occasional guest. Thanks to Christopher Nolen for the music. Phi Fic is a member of the Partially Examined Life podcast network, and originated as the Philosophical Fiction group in PEL’s Not School. firstname.lastname@example.org
A weekly discussion of comics and pop culture
Interviews with Purdue faculty and specialists about timely topics and issues related to economic development.
Podcast about Army and Marine Corps Civil Affairs, current events, and the work of partners around the globe. Sponsored by the Civil Affairs Association.
The West Port is Edinburgh’s Soho, a heady mix of booze, bosoms, bespoke tailoring and books. We run an annual book festival that plays out over 11 wonderful West Port venues, ranging from singular second-hand bookshops to crisp art spaces and whisky-scented pubs.
The goal of the Block Talk Podcast is to offer value to listeners through the personal stories and challenges of Arkansas' Business Leaders.
The Level Up Podcast is based around bringing our core values to life: Passion, Forward Thinking, Service Mindset, Growth Mindset, Humility, and Abundance Mindset. It is our goal to interview guests from Physical Therapy and beyond to demonstrate how universal these values are in driving greatness and success, regardless of profession. In addition to this, we will be bringing in interviews from patients who can offer valuable insight into the pro’s and con’s of their medical experience, and ...
A Mix of Top 40's, Dance, Hip Hop, R&B, Latin, Soca & Dancehall for Summer of 2017 Track List 1. Drake – Signs 2. Karl Wolf Feat. Gyptian – Wherever You Go 3. Calvin Harris Feat. Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry & Big Sean – Feels 4. DJ Khaled Feat. Rihanna & Bryson Tiller – Wild Thoughts 5. Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee Feat. Justin Bieber – Despacito 6. French Montana Feat. Swae Lee – Unforgettable 7. Omarion – Distance 8. Wizkid Feat. Chris Brown – African Bad Gyal 9. Machel Montano – Fast Wine ...
Prime Minister Scott Morrison was asked to guarantee JobSeeker payments for the unemployed will continue to be paid above the 'poverty line'.
As political battles over the government’s stimulus measures and proposed industrial relations reforms loom, Scott Morrison has been taking aim at the federal opposition. Today, Paul Bongiorno on how the prime minister is drawing influence from his political predecessors. Guest: Columnist for The Saturday Paper Paul Bongiorno. See acast.com/privacy…
Lauren reflects on the budget from an Aboriginal perspective and contemplates our worst nightmare... a world where everyone and everything looks like Scott Morrison. #alwayswasalwayswillbeBy donttellthepilot
Scott Morrison (pictured), like so many others, conflates waste with a real and measurable effort to tackle the climate crisis. The Australian PM was campaigning last week in Queensland on behalf of that State's Liberal Party, and "selling" the new Federal Budget when he visited the Visy waste facility and claimed he was doing something for the fut…
Fran Fraschilla is joined by Boston Celtics Assistant Coach Scott Morrison. The two discuss a wide variety of topics, including: Scott on living in the bubble Scott on what the daily routine was like in the bubble Scott on becoming a better coach over the past three months Scott on missing the atmosphere of a playoff game Scott on Richie Spears Sco…
As the Liberal Government prepares for the federal budget, is it going through an ideological revolution? For several decades, conservatives have supported smaller government and fiscal prudence but the coronavirus has meant that Scott Morrison has broken with tradition. Also, how does the world ensure that Xi Jinping’s China lives in a rules-based…
The discovery of water on the moon's sunlit surface by NASA's Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA) came as a surprise, a NASA scientist said and has prompted questions about the history of the moon as well as other airless bodies in the solar system.
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Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has warned that mass protests risk a further spike in coronavirus infections, as people take to the streets of Poland to oppose a near-total ban on abortion.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has announced sweeping changes to Melbourne’s coronavirus restrictions, saying 'now is the time to open up'.
Tony Chung was purportedly set to go to the consulate to make an asylum application when he was led away from a nearby coffee shop.
About 20,000 homes were evacuated along with several public schools, as the region looks set to remain under a red flag warning throughout the day.
Washington State eradicated its first Asian giant hornet nest by vacuuming the hornets out of a hollowed-out tree trunk, state agriculture officials said. Dubbed the 'murder hornet,' the Asian giant hornet can grow as large as 6.4 cm in length, and officials fear it could potentially pose a threat to humans and the beekeeping industry.…
Gladys Berejiklian says she wants to open the Victorian border 'as soon as we can', with NSW recording two new local coronavirus cases today.
Hospital staff in Liege "see a tsunami coming" as they are overwhelmed by the sheer volume of coronavirus cases.
The Fairfield local government area is hoping to introduce the Libraries After Dark program, first trialled in Victoria, to its communities.
Tens of thousands of Poles blocked city streets in cars, on bicycles, and on foot, on the fifth day of protests against a Constitutional Court ruling that amounts to a near-total ban on abortion in the predominantly Catholic country.
Australians were shocked to hear more than a dozen women had been internally examined at a Qatari airport before flying to Sydney earlier this month. But experts say this practice is disturbingly common - including in our own backyard.
Britain's Prince Harry said it took him years to realise that unconscious racial bias existed and his eyes had been opened by spending time in his wife Meghan's shoes.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has defended the decision to cut down a sacred 350-year-old Indigenous tree for a Victorian highway upgrade. Premier Andrews said traditional owners of the land were consulted and an agreement was reached to cut down the tree. 'We've done it in as respectful a way as we can.' said the Premier.…
Who do you do know who lives out of their car, drives around talking about Jesus, writes books, and knows ALL the things about ALL the Saints? If you said, MEG HUNTER-KILMER then you are correct! In the Catholic world Meg is known for living outside of the box and being the answer gal for all things pertaining to the Saints. However, there is a lot…
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has criticised strict lockdown measures that have been in place in Victoria, saying 'this lockdown has not come without a price'. It comes as Victorians celebrate easing restrictions and no new cases or deaths from COVID-19.
As the Australian Electoral Commission considers the name and location of a new electorate, advocates are highlighting big disparities in who gets naming honours.
Eleven protesters have accused city leaders of failing to stop violent police conduct that saw them beaten, pepper-sprayed, detained and left with broken bones.
In a major victory for US conservatives, the deeply-divided chamber voted 52 to 48, largely along party lines in the Republican-controlled US senate.
The coal titan has blamed environmental regulation for the demise of the coal industry and opposed more stringent coal dust regulations for years.
Amy Coney Barrett has taken the first of two oaths she needs to officially join the Supreme Court. The Senate confirmed Barrett’s nomination on a largely party-line 52-48 vote shortly before Justice Clarence Thomas administered the Constitutional Oath to Barrett at an outdoor White House ceremony.
Jared Kushner, a White House senior adviser, and Donald Trump’s son-in-law has suggested black Americans need to want to be more successful in order for the US president’s policies to help them. In an interview with Fox News on Monday, Mr. Kushner talked about Mr. Trump’s “platinum plan” to create jobs and opportunities for the black community if h…
It comes as Victoria marks two days in a row with no new COVID-19 cases for the first time since early March.
Riot police in Minsk burst through an apartment, searching for protesters seeking refuge after police used stun grenades at an anti-government rally, video on social media showed. Belarus police have also been detaining students at a rally in support of the nationwide strike.
The COVIDSafe app has identified 17 unknown cases not otherwise uncovered through manual tracing methods across the country.
Donald Trump has pounced on an interview with Joe Biden where he referred to the US president as 'George.'
Poland's constitutional court ruled in favour of imposing further restrictions on abortion last week.
Citizens of the South American country voted overwhelmingly to consign the last vestiges of General Augusto Pinochet's brutal dictatorship to history.
It comes a day after US President Donald Trump's chief of staff Mark Meadows condeded his administration's focus had moved to mitigation, not stamping out the virus.
It's the latest expression of anger in the Muslim world over the use of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed in France.
In this episode we talk with the Ken Huening founder and inventor of www.getcoverseal.com give away a DIY kit of Waxoyl and review the 600HP Mercedes GLS AMGBy john paul
In this episode we talk with the Ken Huening founder and inventor of www.getcoverseal.com give away a DIY kit of Waxoyl and review the 600HP Mercedes GLS AMGBy johnfpaul
Exiled opposition politician Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya has urged Belarusians to block roads, shut down workplaces, stop using government shops and services and withdraw all money from their bank accounts.
More than 60 million Americans already have cast ballots ahead of the 3 November election in a record-breaking pace that could lead to the highest US voter turnout by percentage in more than a century.
Former Guns N' Roses manager Doug Goldstein joins us for a closer look into the GNR live album, "Live Era '87-'93" and answers your questions! Plus we're joined by rock journalist Matthew Wake.By Appetite for Distortion
The controversial Adani coalmine in Queensland has already been approved by both state and federal governments, but a new legal challenge by two teenagers could be one last roll of the dice to stop it from going ahead. Today, Anna Krien on the cracks opening up in the federal government’s backing of Adani. Guest: Writer for The Saturday Paper Anna …
Chileans poured into the country's main squares on Sunday (October 25) night after voters gave a ringing endorsement to a plan to tear up the country's Pinochet-era constitution in favour of a new charter drafted by citizens. In Santiago's Plaza Italia, fireworks rose above a crowd of tens of thousands of jubilant people singing in unison as the wo…
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